i did a CKD from winter through summer.. calories were pretty low, maybe 2000ish with high protein intake. my routine was a standard 5 day split, no cardio. recently, i switched it up and i'm a little worried about how quickly the weight is coming up. my diet now consists of the following: breakfast: 4-5 egg whites, 1 yolk. 1 serving of cheese. 1 serving of spinach. some days i'll throw in some turkey breast or tomatoes and/or an orange or apple. snack: 1 scoop low carb protein, 1/2 serving oats, 1/2 serving lowfat yogurt, 1/2 cup mixed berries lunch: 1/2 lb lean meat (salmon, chicken breast, or 96% lean beef), spinach, broccoli, carrots, 1 tbsp olive oil snack: same shake as above. workout: 2 servings powerade during, 1 serving powerade+1 scoop ON whey after post workout meal/dinner: lean meat (same as above), some form of veggie (asparagus, squash, etc.), some form of carbs (usually quinoa or beans) i'll give myself two cheat meals per week (usually friday and saturday night) i also swithced up my workout from a 5 day split to: monday: lower body tuesday: hiit - 14 mins (30s intense, 90s relaxed) wednesday: upper body thursday: hiit - 14 mins (60s intense, 60s relaxed) friday: full body saturday: hiit - 18 mins (90s intense, 180s relaxed) heart beat stays in the 170-180 range throughout cardio. workouts are pretty brisk too, i'm in and out in about 45 minutes resting roughly 60seconds between sets. supplements are the basics: 10-12 fish oil caps, joint support, multi, creatine. my weight gain hasn't been that extreme.. maybe 5 lbs in the past two weeks.. it's more the pants starting to get tight that i'm worried about. i don't mind gaining weight, gaining anything around the stomach is a concern though. so here's my question.. is what i'm seeing typical of someone coming off of ketosis?